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EFF will conduct peaceful election campaign, says Limpopo leader
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Limpopo leader Jossey Buthane said that the only fight will be through the polls on 8 May.
EFF dismisses ‘fake’ ANC campaign in Seshego
Jossey Buthane has told Eyewitness News that people were bussed into the territory of the red berets to show their support for president Cyril Ramaphosa.
Ramaphosa visits EFF's Seshego stronghold, says corrupt people will be jailed
President Cyril Ramaphosa was on a one-day campaign stopover in Limpopo on Tuesday, where he tried to win votes for the African National Congress (ANC) in Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema's stronghold.
Spirited crowd gathers for Ramaphosa, but some still undecided about vote
President Cyril Ramaphosa told residents of Seshego not to fall for material incentives in exchange for their votes.
Ramaphosa gets a royal endorsement in Malema's backyard
ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa is has come out strong in EFF leader Julius Malema’s hometown of Seshego, and even received a royal thumbs-up from the Moletjie Traditional Council.
Ramaphosa promises to address Swaneville housing problems
Cheers and jubilation awaited Ramaphosa and Premier David Makhura as the ANC's campaign pulled into Swaneville on Saturday, but not all wore ANC colours.
Ramaphosa on election campaign trail in the West Rand
Excited supporters crowded Ramaphosa to take selfies and to shake his hand.
Ramaphosa: Burning of books, disruptions not what ANC stands for
The president strongly condemned those who disrupted the Sandton launch of journalist Pieter-Louis Myburgh's book implicating ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule in massive wrongdoing.
Mabuza expects huge ANC turnout at polls in Mpumalanga
ANC deputy president David Mabuza said that despite their unhappiness, he expected ANC voters to turn up at the polls in their numbers.
Mabuza urges ANC leaders to stop fighting for positions, calls for unity
African National Congress (ANC) deputy president David Mabuza that the wrongs in the party must be fixed by this generation of leaders because this might be the last chance.
ANC likely to appear before Zondo commission over Bosasa donations, says Mabuza
The deputy president on Sunday told EWN that this issue has not formally been discussed in the ANC as yet.
Mabuza engages with traditional leaders on campaign trail in KwaNdebele
The deputy president Mabuza was on the last leg of his three-day election campaign for the ANC in Mpumalanga.
Mabuza to end off Mpumalanga campaign trail
Mabuza has spent the past two days lobbying for votes for the ANC around the Ermelo area and in the Mbombela municipality.
Mabuza promises water, improved roads on campaign trail in Mpumalanga
The deputy president addressed hundreds of residents on Saturday at the Nkomeni Sports Ground about 40km east of Mbombela.
Zille: The only way to help Ramaphosa is to vote DA
Former Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Helen Zille says that President Cyril Ramaphosa has lost the fight against corruption in the African National Congress (ANC) because of the way the party's lists were compiled.
Steenhuisen: DA has rural safety plan to keep farmers safe
Democratic Alliance (DA) chief whip John Steenhuisen told DA supporters in Kempton Park that the party has a rural safety strategy that will help fight crime.
Inside the ANC: The leaders, the policy, and some things to consider when voting
Is this the 'non-racial and non-sexist and democratic' party for you? Here's why the ANC thinks you should vote for it, and some 'smallanyana skeletons' to consider.
Maimane: 'We need a govt that doesn’t think of clever ways to steal money'
DA leader Mmusi Maimane told a crowd in Kimberley that South Africans are tired of corruption.